DirecTV customers in Wisconsin will soon be seeing a $4.25 refund.
Can a government agency that reviews crime-victim complaints sanction a judge over the timing of a sentencing in a sex assault case?
Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel wants to give a raise to every prosecutor in the state in each of the next two years.
The Wisconsin Department of Justice says the state Legislature should not go about the task of redrawing legislative boundaries until after the U.S. Supreme Court rules in the case.
The Wisconsin Department of Justice will likely convene a grand jury to investigate a leak of evidence collected during a secret investigation into whether Gov. Scott Walker's recall campaign circumvented state campaign finance law, Attorney General Brad Schimel said Thursday.
Deputy Attorney General Andy Cook plans to leave the state Department of Justice at the end of the week.
A Wisconsin judge refused on Tuesday to order local election workers to conduct the state's upcoming presidential recount completely by hand, finding that nothing suggests the state's electronic tabulating machines have been hacked.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court justices on Tuesday appeared concerned that Milwaukee County judge may have granted too much power to a special master the judge appointed to handle a business dispute between two parties.
Court documents show the state Justice Department's former top detective was accused by his wife last year of waving his gun around and threatening her.
A Milwaukee police officer who fatally shot a black man in August, sparking several nights of unrest on the city's north side, has been arrested on a sexual assault charge in an unrelated case, police said Thursday.
The Wisconsin Department of Justice says no charges will be filed against four officers involved in the shooting death of an Eagle River man in July.
Gov. Scott Walker says the state Department of Justice found problems with how Wisconsin's voter ID law was being administered during spot checks of driver license stations.
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